Download the ones from Revell's version on their site... :http://www.revell.de/fileadmin/import/images/bau/07408_%23BAU_2010_INTERNATIONAL_LONE_STAR.PDF Same thing for the Prostar: http://www.revell.de/fileadmin/import/images/bau/07411_%23BAU_INTERNATIONAL_PROSTAR.PDF
I started something similar to this over a year ago and it looks pretty similar to what you're doing here, except for the sleeper "condo" extension. I guess I'm going to follow this build closely! i bought a W900B hood from P&P and replaced the cowl area with the T600 hood cowl. Of course if you have access to KJ's hood... It'll take a little less work to accomplish. Good start to this project! Anyhoo, here are some pictures of mine. I added some skirting at the bottom of the cab and and prayed it flat black for sanding at this point. I was originally planned to ude the Moebius Lonetsar frame but i forgot about the 8 airbag suspension being quite different from the International setup. I'll post more pics this week. your's just might get me started again...
I agree with everybody here... This is just out of this world! Incredible amount of detial here, even the connectors are there! Very, very nice! Which brings me to ask, what is your day job? You know, the one that brings bread and butter on your table? Is this it, or you have have to work with a truck or engineering related job! This project is really work intensive. Unbelievably nice!
Thanks for the comments! The basic kit was great, I added some bits and pieces to make it mine. Quite a bit of work went into this, and the end result is quite fine by me. So unless you drastically modified an AMT lowboy trailer, if you wanted a modern lowboy, this was the only game in town.